University aligns supports for Huskers affected by flooding

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University aligns supports for Huskers affected by flooding

Floodwaters cover roadways near Bellevue last week. As floodwaters begin to recede, the university is offering supports to students, faculty and staff.
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Floodwaters cover roadways near Bellevue last week. As floodwaters begin to recede, the university is offering supports to students, faculty and staff.

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is working to provide supports to students, faculty and staff affected by the devastation wrought by recent storms across the region.

A list of resources for Huskers is available on the Nebraska Responds to Flooding webpage. It includes direct contacts and programs for current students, alongside resources available to faculty and staff.


University of Nebraska leaders are working together to finalize additional supports for all Huskers, Mavericks, Lopers and the University of Nebraska Medical Center community. Details on those programs will be announced and added to the online resources list.

Details about university-led volunteer opportunities directed at flood recovery efforts will also be announced in the coming days. It is recommended that students, faculty and staff eager to lend assistance give to various support organizations or donate blood.

The University Bookstore in the Nebraska Union, which is part of the Follett Corporation, has partnered with the American Red Cross of Nebraska and Southwest Iowa Region to collect monetary donations for flood recovery. It is also serving as a drop site for supplies needed by impacted communities. Learn more by visiting the bookstore.